Nothing can harm me at all
My worries seem so very small
With my waterfall
I can see
My rainbow calling me
Through the misty breeze
Of my waterfall
Some people say
Daydreaming’s for all the
Lazy minded fools
With nothin’ else to do
So let them laugh, laugh at me
So just as long as I have you
To see me through
I’ve got nothing to lose
Long as I have you
Don’t ever change your ways
Fall with me for a million days
Oh, my waterfall
6 thoughts on “Jimi Hendrix’s Demo – Waterfall (May This Be Love)”
Glad you liked it.
Hoping that you and all you magnificent folks at the Hub enjoy a splendid weekend!
I have been having a break from the Hub for a while. I am involved in other projects at the moment. I have not had much time to spend on the blog recently either.
I am glad you mentioned it though, as I have been meaning to go the Hub for a wee chat for a while. I will go there tomorrow.
By the way, I found it intriguing when you used the Scottish word “wee” a few times. I wondered how that came about.
Your command of the English language is very good.
Thanks for telling me about your ongoings, I have been a little curious. Naturally I appreciate people having lifes outside cyberspace 😉 But still, your posts are very popular and appreciated so you are missed.
The Irish and Northern Irish also say “wee”, a little something I picked up when I lived in NI for almost a year some years ago. English was also my home language for about 5 years, so I got a lot of training. Though, I have always loved the English language and find that is expressed much more beautifully than Swedish.
Someone once spoke of… I can’t for the life of me remember exactly what she called it… language of the heart or our inner language, that although Swedish was her mother tongue, she wrote and thought in English. I am the same, I even dream in English. Do you believe that our souls travel from life to life? I believe they do and sometimes play with the thought that I have been English speaking in previous lives.
You’re from Scotland, right? I really liked Northern Ireland, though never found a place in my heart for Ireland. But when I travelled through Scotland and its highlands – that’s when I truly fell in love. It’s such a beautful country with such at heart beautiful people.
Gosh, sorry for this long comment! hahaa I hope you get your wee chat with the folks at the Hub, say Hello from the sober Swedish-alkie :)) And I really hope you enjoy your other projects, perhaps you’d like to tell about them some time – I’d love to hear more about it. Only if you want of course!
I will get back to you about that sometime this week, with a suitably long comment. 🙂
Probably by email.